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News: Simranjeet’s Cambridge University dream comes true

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Simranjeet Singh at 2019 A Level Results Day
Simranjeet Singh at 2019 A Level Results Day

Simranjeet Singh will be studying at the University of Cambridge next term. Since his A Level results last summer, he has successfully gained an unconditional offer on its highly competitive medicine course. 

Back in August last year Simranjeet received his A Level grades, after studying at our High Pavement Sixth Form. His hard work led to him exceeding his own expectations, achieving three A*s and one A grade in biology, chemistry, maths and further maths. 

Since then, he has applied to university and gained an unconditional offer to study medicine at the University of Cambridge. 

I feel very proud to have secured a place at one of the best universities in the world. 

I’m really interested in how the brain works and so I would like to specialise in neurology eventually. But as medicine is such a broad subject, that may change in the future of course! 

 — Simranjeet

Simranjeet worked with Zoe Cutter, A Level Lecturer and UCAS Coordinator for A Level students at Nottingham College, to help prepare for his application. Zoe supports students who are applying for courses or universities which have specialist application processes, such as Oxbridge and medicine courses. 

Simranjeet’s Cambridge success truly is a landmark achievement. In 2019 only 17.7% of Cambridge’s Medicine applicants were successful in gaining a final place on the course. 

It has been an absolute pleasure to support Simranjeet’s application, working alongside his personal tutor Meenu Jain. 

I was delighted to be the first in the College to offer my congratulations to him. I can’t think of a more deserving student than Simranjeet, and I am certain that he will make an outstanding doctor. 

 — Zoe Cutter

I wouldn’t have achieved it without the support and love from my teachers at Nottingham College. 

 — Simranjeet
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  • 7th July 2020 (3:31 PM)
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